PRINT. Visits Ujima Garden


When Slow Food Urban Harvest invited us to their Ujima Garden in East New York to make lunch for their student gardeners, I knew it was an offsite event that was right up our alley. We were also asked to … READ MORE

PRINT. is an OpenTable Diners’ Choice


PRINT. is thrilled to be the recipient of this month’s OpenTable Diners’ Choice Award! We’d like to thank all of our guests who’ve dined with us for selecting PRINT. for the month of August. We strive to bring you unparalleled cuisine and … READ MORE

Blackberry Cobbler in Liquid Form

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Blackberries are the late summer star of the berries. With their juicy bright tartness, they add character to a number of dishes on our menu: in a chicory salad with blue cheese, in a brown butter sauce on our vegetable … READ MORE

In Season: Cherries

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It’s cherry season! Cherries are actually part of the rose family, along with other stone fruits like peaches, plums, nectarines, and apricots (also almonds). Even though cherries are seen as a very American fruit they have roots in antiquity. The … READ MORE

Foraging Farm Trip at Meadows and More

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We source a lot of the foraged wild ingredients in the PRINT. kitchen from Meadows + More, an amazing local company founded by forager extraordinaire Tama Matsuoka Wong. After graduating from Harvard Law School and working for over 25 years … READ MORE

Welcome Dock to Dish to the PRINT. Kitchen


  This week is Sustainable Seafood Week with restaurants in NYC, Seattle, San Francisco, and Washington D.C. taking part in educational events and special menus. While every day is about sustainability at PRINT., we are pleased to be taking part … READ MORE

PRINT. drinks: Grimm Beers


How about a craft beer and our artisanal burger for Father’s Day? We’ve just added a new beer from local craft brewers Grimm Artisanal Ales to our list — The Super Going. It’s a gose style beer, which is an … READ MORE

PRINT. In Season: Fava Beans


We just got the first fava beans of the season in the PRINT. kitchen and are pretty excited about them. Favas go by any number of other names: broad beans, horse beans, English beans, and Windsor beans. The beans themselves … READ MORE